Broadcast People is a narration of the impending, an individual’s future defined by the choice to go public or remain private.
A fusion of photography, social media, and the public eye.
All images and video will be broadcast, unedited.
Broadcast People is created by Gwen Brydson, an award winning Toronto photographer with work that spans art, editorial and commercial photography.
The live interactive installation invites members of the public to participate by entering the “Public Domain” and triggering cameras by pushing a single red button.
The project’s purpose is to record the movements of each interaction. Based on the popular Facebook question, “Is your profile public or private?”, the answer produced is an expression of modern day intimacy and the ever present want for connection.
Broadcast People will be featured at ARTS & FASHION WEEK 2012 during their fashionscapes presentation.
About Arts & Fashion Week 2012
|FAT| Arts & Fashion Week is a platform for inventive, pioneering and contemporary expression. This annual multi-arts event features 200 national and international fashion designers, visual artists, bands and performers each year. The festival delivers a packed schedule of runway shows, live performances, music, photography exhibits, video screenings and installation exhibits, to celebrate leaders in a wide range of art forms. Held every April, the event welcomes 5,000 people including stylists, buyers, curators, critics, members of the media, the arts, music and fashion related industry as well as the general public.
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